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Argyle Cheese to open store now at former Lewis Super, Hudson Falls

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

With the Coronavirus crisis decimating its sales in the New York City market, the Argyle Cheese Farmer business now intends to open a retail store right away in the former Lewis Super building it bought on Burgoyne Avenue in Hudson Falls.

“The virus hit and we lost all our market of distributors in New York City,” said Marge Randles, who owns Argyle Cheese with …

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Our February 20 issue

Prime Time Seniors issue Floyd Dumas’ remarkable life! Bag ban starts on March 1. Lewis Super property sold: $295,000. Chris Gibson is new president of Siena. Marathon Dance: Background checks on many volunteers & all the recipients. Washington County Fair sets ‘Blue Jean Ball,’ July 4 fireworks. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our September 12 issue

Lake George Boat Show! Lake George Jazz Fest. 47th Balloon Fest. Fort Edward’s St. Joseph’s to mark its 150th. Doc’s: New chef, menu, use of ‘Doctor’ theme. Farewell to Lewis Super. Burglary wave in GF & Qby; sheriff, GF police ask help. See comedy star Bill Engvall in Glens Falls 9/13. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Hudson Falls: Lewis Super closing Sept. 4, after 70 years

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Lewis Supermarket on Burgoyne Avenue in Hudson Falls is closing.

“I broke the news to our employees this morning,” owner Em Lewis told The Chronicle Tuesday. He operates the store with his wife Debbie. He said Wednesday, Sept. 4, will be the store’s last day.

Mr. Lewis’s late parents Em and Peg started Lewis Super in 1949. It’s one of the region’s last independent …

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Our December 22 issue

Merry Christmas! Year-round camping cabins, Moreau Lake State Park. Bill Parks tackles Norway. Can Lewis Super survive? Lake George Steamboat to celebrate 200th year of service. Is Ed Moore looking to buy the Thunder? Nielsen buys Gracenote for $560-million. 27 acres at SGF Exit 17 sells for $1.6-million. Arnold’s effort to preserve last working farm in Saratoga. Dogs and winter coats. Loads of Christmas events and shows this week. Page …

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